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Reggie Hamilton
Reggie Hamilton

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Chicago, Ill.

High School:
Thornwood

Last College:
UMKC

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 176

Position:
Guard

Major:
Communication



06/21/2012

Oakland Basketball Review

Golden Grizzlies make fourth straight postseason appearance.

04/11/2012

Oakland's Hamilton Wins Male Summit League Athlete of the Month

Reggie Hamilton won his record third athlete of the month award of the year.

04/11/2012

Oakland's Hamilton to Play in Portsmouth Invitational Tournament

The four-day tournament showcases the top 64 seniors in the country.

03/23/2012

Oakland Heads West for CIT Semifinals

The Golden Grizzlies will face Utah State at 6 p.m. ET on Sunday

03/22/2012

Oakland's Hamilton Earns Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award

This award is given to the nation's top 6-feet-and-under player.

03/25/2012

Golden Grizzlies fall in CIT Final Four

Oakland lost in the semifinals of the CIT at Utah State

03/17/2012

Head Coach Greg Kampe, Reggie Hamilton, and Ryan Bass

Postgame press conference with head coach Greg Kampe, Reggie Hamilton and Ryan Bass after Oakland won its 2nd round CIT matchup against Buffalo 84-76

03/17/2012

Oakland defeated Buffalo 84-76

Highlights of the 2nd Round of the CIT as Oakland beat Buffalo 84-76 in the Athletics Center O'rena

03/01/2012

Summit League Tournament Men's Basketball Media Day

Summit League Tournament Men's Basketball Media Day with Head Coach Greg Kampe, Reggie Hamilton, Travis Bader, Drew Valentine, and Laval Lucas-Perry.

02/25/2012

Oakland defeated South Dakota 84-77

The Golden Grizzlies defeated South Dakota 84-77 in Vermillion

03/25/2012

Oakland vs. Utah State - CIT - March 25, 2012

Oakland vs. Utah State - CIT - March 25, 2012

03/20/2012

Oakland vs. Rice

Golden Grizzlies took on the Owls in the quarterfinals of CIT tournament at the O'rena

03/17/2012

Oakland vs Buffalo

Golden Grizzlies beat the Bulls 84-76.

03/14/2012

Men's Basketball vs BGSU

OU men's basketball took on BGSU in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament on March 14.

03/04/2012

Men's Basketball vs. SUU at Summit League Tournament

OU men's basketball took on Southern Utah in the quarterfinals of The Summit League Tournament at Sioux Falls Arena.

2011-12 Highlight Video

Game-by-Game Stats | Career Stats

Overview: Named Co-Captain ... Became the first-ever NCAA scoring champion in Oakland and Summit League history at 26.2 points per game ... Set a new single-season Summit League scoring record with 942 points ... 2012 Francis Pomeroy Naismith Award winner ... Two-Time All-Summit League first team selection (2010-12) ... Rated as nation's No. 4 point guard by Lindy's Magazine in the preseason ... Lowe's Senior CLASS Award candidate ... Mid-Major All-American ... Bob Cousy Award top 60 candidate for nation's top point guard ... Named to 2011 Summit League All-Tournament Team ... Was the only freshman to be named to The Summit League All-Newcomer Team in 2008 while at UMKC.

2011-12 HIGHLIGHTS
Mid-Major All-American
All-Summit League first team
▪ NCAA scoring champion (26.2)
▪ Broke single-season Summit League and OU scoring records (942 points)
▪ 118 threes made is T-3rd in program history
▪ 262 free-throws made is a new OU record and T-2nd in the league ledger
▪ Set a school record with 17 30-point games
▪ Career-high 41 points scored at Valpo (12/17) finished T6 in the NCAA this season
▪ Led the league with 2.0 steals per game
▪ Three-time Summit League Athlete of the Month (Nov., Feb. and March)
▪ Went over 2,000 points for his career at UMKC (2/23) and ranked 6th all-time in Summit League (2,185)
▪ Ranks 5th all-time in league history with 548 career assists
▪ Finished 4th in league history with 534 career free-throws made and 9th with 277 career treys made
▪ His 18 free-throws made at UMKC (2/23) is T2 in program history and the 22 free-throw attempts is 2nd; T2 in league games only and 5th in all games inside The Summit League record book and attempts was T2 in league games only
▪ His 15-for-15 performance from the free-throw line vs. Tennessee is second all-time in single-game school history (Tom Eller, 17-17 vs. Edinboro, 11-26-91)
▪ Went perfect from the free-throw line in 18 games and ranked 18th in the country with a .876 FT percentage (tops in the league)
▪ Reached double figures in 39 consecutive games
▪ Scored 20 or more in a league-best 26 games
▪ Poured in 30 points versus Rice (3/20) without making a single 3-pointer, dishing out 4 assists and went 14-for-14 from the foul line
▪ Set a new single-game record in the CIT with 39 points versus Bowling Green (3/14) in the first round, going 5-for-6 from three
▪ Went 6-for-8 from three vs. Southern Utah (3/4) in the quarterfinals of the league tournament, finishing with a game-high 31 points
▪ Broke league record with 31 points at South Dakota (2/25) in regular-season finale to push his total to 790
▪ Tallied a game-high 34 points, 8 assists and went 6 of 14 from three at Illinois State (2/18) in bracketbuster game
▪ Posted a career-high 40 points in league play at Western Illinois (2/4) in a double-OT win, going a lifetime-best 9-for-14 from three, including 4 of 4 in the overtime sessions
▪ Made 6 of 12 shots from behind the arc and finished with 37 points in league play vs. ND State (1/28)
▪ Tallied 30 points and dished out 7 assists at Oral Roberts (1/21) on a season-high 7 3-pointers
▪ Shot a season-best 71.4% (10-14) and scored 31 points, going 9 of 9 from the foul line versus IUPUI (1/7)
▪ Reached 30 or more points in the second straight game at Arizona (12/20), finishing with a game-high 31 points on 12 of 21 shooting
▪ With OU down 17 points in the second half at Valparaiso (12/17), scored 10 straight points and finished with a career-high 41, including four crucial steals, three down the stretch and made the game-winner as time expired from 18 feet
▪ Tallied a then-career-high 35 points on 9 of 17 shooting versus Tennessee (11/28)
▪ Posted a game-high 34 points with a career-best 13 free-throws made and dished out a season-high five assists versus Utah Valley (11/25/11)

2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Named to All-Summit League first team
▪ Selected to The Summit League All-Tournament team after scoring 20 points or more in all three games
▪ Finished second in the league in assists per game (5.3) and 3rd in 3-pointers made per game (2.3)
▪ Posted 5 or more assists in 21 games this season, including 10 or more on 2 occasions
▪ His .839 free throw percentage was fourth in the league and 73rd in the country
▪ Made 82 3-pointers which ranks ninth in single-season school history
▪ Attempted 221 threes which stands seventh in the OU record book
▪ Ended the season second in assists per game (5.3), third in 3-pointers made per game (2.3) and third in assist/turnover ratio (1.5) inside The Summit League
▪ Shot 89 percent (81-for-91) from the charity stripe in league play
▪ Named Summit League Player of the Week twice (Jan. 18, Feb. 14)
▪ Had a string of 19 consecutive free throws made snapped at South Dakota State (Dec. 21-Jan. 20 / 7 games)
▪ Reached double figures for the first time in his OU career at Ohio (11/15) with 14 points and made 3 of 7 from beyond the arc
▪ Dished out nine assists and scored a team-high 16 points on 3 of 6 shooting from three at No. 14/9 Purdue (11/21)
▪ Banked in a 3-pointer with 3 seconds left to send the game in to overtime versus Austin Peay (11/27), finishing with 20 points and 5 of 10 from three
▪ Recorded second straight 20-point game, tallying 23 points on 8 of 14 shooting versus Southern Utah (12/2) in league opener
▪ Made six 3-pointers at Michigan (12/18), finishing with 23 points on 7 of 17 shooting and went 6-for-14 from beyond the arc
▪ Tallied 26 points versus Valparaiso (12/21), going 6-for-7 from the free-throw line
▪ Exploded for 28 points versus IUPUI (1/6), draining a lifetime-best 7 of 8 shots from beyond the arc and went 10-for-12 from the floor, tallying seven assists as well
▪ Handed out a then career-high 10 assists en route to tallying his first double-double with 10 points versus Western Illinois (1/8)
▪ Recorded a career-high 31 points and went a perfect 11-for-11 from the free-throw line at IPFW (1/15), adding five rebounds and five assists en route to being named Summit League Player of the Week
▪ Posted 18 points, nine assists and committed just two turnovers at South Dakota State (1/20)
▪ Had a career-high six steals, along with 21 points and eight assists versus Oral Roberts (1/27)
▪ Went 6-for-6 from the free-throw line and scored 18 points to surpass 1,000 for his career versus Centenary (1/29)
▪ Scored 20 points in just 18 minutes at Western Illinois (2/3)
▪ Scored a game-high 30 points and had key block in final seconds to secure win versus IPFW (2/12), adding six rebounds and three assists
▪ Dished out a career-high 11 assists to go with 14 points for his second double-double of the season versus South Dakota State (2/19)
▪ Returned back to his old stomping ground and poured in 28 points on 10 of 14 shooting at UMKC (2/24)
▪ Tallied 26 points and six assists in the championship game of league tournament versus Oral Roberts (3/8)
▪ Scored a game-high 25 points in the NCAA tournament versus No. 8/9 Texas (3/18)

At UMKC (2007-09)
2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Asked for a release after playing final game on Jan. 24 at Centenary
▪ Finished second on the team with 12.6 points per game and led the Kangaroos with 75 assists, despite only playing in 21 games, making 15 starts
▪ Scored a season-high 23 points versus Richmond (11/25), matching his career high
▪ Reached double figures in 15 of 21 games, surpassing 20 or more in five contests
▪ Had a season-high five steals versus Florida (11/30), matching a career high
▪ Grabbed a season-high six boards at Florida Atlantic (11/22), adding 22 points
▪ Top assist game came against Oakland (12/4), finishing with a career-high nine to go along with 15 points

2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS
▪ Named to Summit League All-Newcomer Team (only true freshman on the squad)
▪ Started in 21 of 32 games played in
▪ Finished third on the team with a scoring average of 11.9
▪ Reached double figures in 22 games, surpassing 20 on three occasions
▪ Ranked eighth in the league in assists (101), assist/turnover ratio (1.04), 12th in steals (36) and 12th in free throw percentage (.763)
▪ Top performance came against Oakland (3/1), scoring 23 points

High School
▪ Three-year letterwinner under coach Curran
▪ Averaged 17.7 points per game, 6.0 rebounds per game, 5.0 assists per game and 4.0 steals per game as a senior
▪ Two-time All-SICA East Conference selection and two-time all-area honoree
▪ Led team to a record of 23-7 as a senior and to the state tournament as a junior
▪ Also lettered in football and was Rookie of the Year as a sophomore
▪ Attended same high school as current New York Knicks player Eddy Curry

Academic Achievements
▪ Named to 2007-08 Academic All-Summit League team
▪ National Honor Society

Top Athletic Performance
▪ Tallying 16 points and six assists at Kansas in collegiate debut (11/11/07)

Personal
Full Name: Reginald Lamont Hamilton, Jr.
Birthdate: May 23, 1989
Parents: Calvin and Deborah Horne

CAREER BESTS
Points: 31 at IPFW (1/15/11)
Rebounds: 7 at Illinois (12/8/10)
Assists: 11 vs. South Dakota State (2/19/11)
Field Goals: 11 vs. Oral Roberts (3/8/11)
Field Goal Attempts: 21 vs. Valparaiso (12/21/10)
3-Pt. Field Goals: 7 vs. IUPUI (1/6/11)
3-Pt. FG Attempts: 14 at Michigan (12/18/10)
Free Throws: 13 vs. IPFW (2/12/11)
Free Throw Attempts: 17 vs. IPFW (2/12/11)
Steals: 6 vs. Oral Roberts (1/27/11)
Blocks: 3 at Missouri (1/8/08)
Minutes: 40 (2 times), Last vs. Austin Peay (11/27/10)

Miscellaneous
Double-Figure Scoring: 100
30-point Scoring: 19
20-point Scoring: 47
Double-Figure Assists: 2
5 or more Assists: 51

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